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Third Coast Percussion

Later this month, TCP performs the 2nd movement of our CMA-commissioned work "Resounding Earth" by Augusta Read Thomas at Kennesaw State University and Tennessee Tech University. Check our performance calendar on this website or at

Helen Sung Group

Helen Sung's Sept/Oct 2015 Newsletter

Helen Sung Group

Helen Sung's July/August 2015 Newsletter

Quintet of the Americas

Quintet of the Americas is thrilled to be a recipient of this year's CMA Residency Grant. The Quintet will be in residence in the Rockaways in Queens, NY. Collaborators include Rockaway Artists Alliance, Rockaway Waterfront Alliance, Beacon Rehab Center, P.S. 114 Belle Harbor School and the West End Temple.

Quintet of the Americas

Quintet of the Americas is delighted to welcome our new clarinetist Paul Won Jin Cho. Paul is an alumnus of Carnegie Hall's Ensemble ACJW and has performed throughout Asia, Australia, Europe and the US. He plays in NYC with Decoda, Ensemble 212, and Le Train Bleu, as well as in the Broadway musical Les Misérables.



We are honored to have received a generous grant from CMA to commission a new work from composer William Bolcom, which we premiered in San Francisco in December, 2014 and have performed two more times since then. Another performance will take place on November 7, 2015 in Berkeley, CA.

Israeli Chamber Project

ICP's season opener in NYC receives rave review in The New York Times.


The Afro Latin Jazz Orchestra will give the world premiere of Venezuela Unida, a new work by pianist/composer Edward Simon, as well as selected movements from his CMA commissioned Venezuelan Suite. The performances will take place at Symphony Space on October 1st and 2nd at 8pm.


Theodore Presser Co. is seeking  an IT tech for the development, maintenance and support of information systems.


Duo Baltinati - cellist Ilya Finkelshteyn and pianist Lura Johnson - were 2nd Prizewinners in the 2015 International Johannes Brahms Competition, Chamber Music Division.  They were selected from a field of 77 musicians and 32 ensembles.